1. G. Bagnato, A. Figoli, C. Ursino, F. Galiano, A. Sanna (2018), Novel Ru- polyethersulfone (PES) catalytic membrane for highly efficient and selective hydrogenation of furfural to furfuryl alcohol, Journal of Material Chemistry A, DOI: 10.1039/C7TA10575D.

  2. N.A.A. Rahman, J Fermoso, A. Sanna (2018), Effect of Li-LSX-zeolite on the in-situ catalytic deoxygenation and denitrogenation of Isochrysis sp. microalgae pyrolysis vapours, Fuel Processing Technology,173, 253-261.

  3. T. Aysu, J. Fermoso, A. Sanna (2017), Conversion of Pavlova sp. microalgae to aromatics using CeNi on alumina support. Journal of Energy Chemistry https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jechem.2017.06.014.

  4. M.S. Ba-Shammakh, A.Sanna, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2017),  Effect of temperature, dilute CO2 and MEA impregnation on the CO2 uptake of MIL-53 and HKUST-1 at ambient pressure, Energy Procedia (accepted, EGYPRO 30258)

  5. T. Aysu, F. Ogbuneke, M.M. Maroto-Valer, A. Sanna (2017), Effects of titania based catalysts on in-situ pyrolysis of Pavlova microalgae, Fuel Processing Technology, 166, 291-298.

  6. A. Sanna, M.M.S. Thompson, K. Whitty, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2017), Lithium/fly ash sorbent for pre-combustion CO2 capture during biomass gasification, Energy Procedia, (accepted, EGYPRO 30257)

  7. G. Bagnato, A. Iulianelli, A. Sanna, A. Basile (2017), Glycerol production and transformation: a critical review with particular emphasis on glycerol reforming reaction for producing hydrogen in conventional and membrane reactors, Membranes, 7,17, 1-31.

  8. A. Sanna, L. Steel, MM Maroto-Valer (2017), CO2 sequestration using recyclable sodium salts: A dissolution and carbonation optimisation study, Journal of Environmental Management, 189, 84-97.

  9. A. Sanna, J. Gaubert, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2016), Alternative regeneration of chemicals employed in mineral carbonation towards technology cost reduction, Chemical Engineering Journal, 306, 1049–1057.

  10. , F. Vega, A. Sanna, M. Maroto-Valer, B. Navarrete, D. Abad-Correa (2016), Study of the MEA degradation in a CO₂ capture process based on partial oxycombustion approach. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 54, 1, 160-167.

  11. A. Sanna, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2016), CO2 capture at high temperature using sodium silicates fly ash derived, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 55 (14), 4080–4088.

  12. A. Sanna, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2016), Potassium silicate from fly ash for post-combustion high temperature CO2 capture, Env Sci & Pollution Res,  23, 22242–22252.

  13. T. Aysu, M.M. Maroto-Valer, A. Sanna (2016), Ceria promoted deoxygenation and denitrogenation of Thalassiosira weissflogi and its model compounds by catalytic in-situ pyrolysis, Bioresource Technology, 208, 140-148.

  14. T. Aysu, N.A.A. Rahman, A.Sanna, (2016), Catalytic pyrolysis of Tetraselmis and Isochrysis microalgae by nickel ceria based catalysts for hydrocarbon production, Energy, 103, 205-214.

  15. T. Aysu, A. Sanna, (2015), Nannochloropsis algae pyrolysis with ceria-based catalysts for production of high-quality bio-oils, Bioresource Technology, 194, 108-116.

  16. A Sanna, I Ramli, MM Maroto-Valer (2015), Development of sodium/lithium/fly ash sorbents for high temperature post-combustion CO2 capture, Applied Energy, 156, 197-206.

  17. X Wang, A Sanna, MM Maroto-Valer, T Paulson (2015), Carbon dioxide capture and storage by pH swing mineralization using recyclable ammonium salts and flue gas mixtures,5, 4, 389-402.

  18. A Sanna, TP Vispute, GW Huber (2015), Hydrogenation of the Aqueous Fraction of Bio-oil with Ru/C and Pt/C Catalysts, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 165, 446-456.

  19. A Sanna, M.Uibu, G Caramanna, R Kuusik, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Mineral carbonation for geological storage/Eengineering for carbonation, Chemical Society Reviews, 43 (23), 8049 – 8080.

  20. F. Vega, A. Sanna, V. Cortés, B. Navarrete, M.M. Maroto-Valer (2014), Degradation of amine-based solvents in CO2 capture process by chemical absorption. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 4, 6, 707-733.

  21. MT Styles, A Sanna, AM Lacinska, J Naden and MM Maroto-Valer (2014), The variation in composition of ultramafic rocks and the effect on their suitability for carbon capture and storage by mineralisation, Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 4,4, 440–451.

  22. L Xiao, A Sanna, JM Andresen (2014), Influence of red mud impregnation on the pyrolysis of oil palm biomass-EFB, Fuel, 119C, 259-265.

  23. M Dri, A Sanna, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Mineral carbonation from metal wastes: effect of solid to liquid ratio on the efficiency and characterization of carbonated products, Applied Energy, 113, 515-523.

  24. A Sanna, A Lacinska, MT Styles, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Silicate rocks dissolution by ammonium bisulphate for pH swing mineral CO2 sequestration, Fuel Processing Technology, 120, 128–135.

  25. A Sanna (2014), Advanced Biofuels from Thermochemical Processing of Sustainable Biomass in Europe, BioEnergy Research, 7,1, 36-47.

  26. A Sanna, J. Boyd, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Performance evaluation of carbon dioxide sequestration in oil shale fly ashes, Energy Procedia, 63, 5892-5896. 

  27. M. Dri, A Sanna, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Mass and energy balance of NH4-salts pH swing mineral carbonation process using steel slag, Energy Procedia, 63, 6544-6547. 

  28. A Sanna, I. Ramli, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Novel Na-silicates CO2 sorbents from fly ash Energy Procedia, 63, 739-744. 

  29. A Sanna, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), CO2 sequestration using a novel Na-salts pH swing mineral carbonation process, Energy Procedia, 63, 5897–5903. 

  30. A Sanna, MM Maroto-Valer (2014), Accelerated MEA degradation study in hybrid CO2 capture systems, Energy Procedia, 63, 745-749. 

  31. A Sanna, X Wang, A Lacinska, MT Styles, T Paulson, MM Maroto-Valer (2013), Enhancing serpentine dissolution by NH4-based pH swing mineral CO2 sequestration, Minerals Engineering, 49, 135-144.

  32. M Dri, A Sanna, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2013), Dissolution of steel slag and recycled concrete aggregate in ammonium bisulphate for CO2 mineral carbonation, Fuel Processing Technology, 113, 114-122.

  33. A Sanna, M Dri, X Wang, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2013), Carbon dioxide capture and storage by pH swing aqueous mineralisation using a mixture of ammonium salts and antigorite source, Fuel, 114, 153–161.

  34. A Sanna, M Dri, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2012), Waste Materials for Carbon Capture and Storage by Mineralisation (CCSM) – A UK prospective, Applied Energy, 99, 545-554.

  35. A Sanna, KU Ogbuneke, JM Andrésen (2012), Upgrading bio-oils obtained from bio-ethanol and bio-diesel production residues into high quality bio-crudes using vis-breaking, Green Chemistry, 14, 2294-2304.

  36. A Sanna, JM Andrésen (2012), Bio-oil deoxygenation by catalytic pyrolysis: novel catalysts for the production of bio-fuels and bio-chemicals, ChemSusChem, 5, 10, 1944-1956.

  37. A Sanna, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2012), A review of post-processing pathways in carbon capture and storage by mineralisation, Energy and Environmental Science, 5, 7781-7796.

  38. A Sanna, M Dri, X Wang, MR Hall, MM Maroto-Valer (2012), Micro-silica for high-end application from carbon capture and storage by mineralisation, Key Engineering Materials, 517, 737-744.

  39. A Sanna , S Li, R Linforth, KA Smart , JM Andrésen (2011), Bio-oil and bio-char from low temperature pyrolysis of spent grains using activated alumina, Bioresource Technology, 102, 22, 10695-10703.

  40. S Li, A Sanna, JM Andrésen (2011), Influence of temperature on pyrolysis of recycled organic matter of municipal solid waste using an activated olivine fluidized bed, Fuel Processing Technology, 92, 9, 1776-1782.

  41. TP Vispute, H Zhang, A Sanna, R Xiao and GW Hubr (2010), Renewable Chemical Commodity Feedstocks from Integrated Catalytic Processing of Pyrolysis Oils, Science, 330, 6008, 1222-1227.

  42. A Sanna, KU Ogbuneke, JM Andrésen (2009), Bio-coke from upgrading of pyrolysis bio-oil for co-firing. Fuel 88, 2340–2347.

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